Last post on Jul 30, 2008 at 11:31 AM
You are in the Subaru B9 Tribeca
What is this discussion about?
#7 of 16 Re: Subaru's current GTP Trade-in Offer [mystro]
Nov 17, 2006 (2:05 pm)
They will do it ona leftover. Thats what I got;-)
06 b9 5 limited
#8 of 16 Re: Subaru's current GTP Trade-in Offer [newb9]
Nov 20, 2006 (7:41 am)
The CPO 'beca I've found has just 8k miles on it but costs a good $6 grand or so less than a new one would.
So off to Plan B for me. I just haven't figured out what that is yet.
#9 of 16 Re: Subaru's current GTP Trade-in Offer [ateixeira]
Nov 20, 2006 (8:38 am)
6k less then what price?
If they really want to deal,offer something north of *dealer* auction prices or close to trade-in value of an 06. Check KBB or NADA
BTW,I was offered $12.5K for my 03 L wagon with 40k with this program.
#10 of 16 Re: Subaru's current GTP Trade-in Offer [mystro]
Nov 20, 2006 (8:40 am)
$6k less than the new prices around me from a no-haggle dealer. It's a 7 pass LTD with NAV. $26k. New would be low $30s with all that stuff.
#11 of 16 What are you getting rid of Juice?
Nov 20, 2006 (9:32 am)
The Leg or the Forester?
#12 of 16 Re: What are you getting rid of Juice? [paisan]
Nov 27, 2006 (7:32 am)
Well, only the Legacy would qualify for the GTP, and I found out they would offer $9100 for it. Maybe more since I added a moonroof and a CD changer. Maybe $10 grand.
I was seeing if it would be worth a lot more, but it isn't. Plus you have to buy a new Subie, CPO does not qualify. So that idea is history.
I could probably get $5 grand selling the Forester myself. That was the original plan, so I'll stick to it.
#13 of 16 Excellent incentive
Dec 02, 2006 (3:24 pm)
I put the GTP to good use today and traded in our 2004 Forester 2.5X for a 2007 Legacy 2.5i SE wagon in what apparently is a very hard-to-find brilliant silver metallic (in a week of searching, I couldn't find one on this side of the Hudson!).
The funny thing is, I'd pretty aggressively been shopping for a leftover 2006 Odyssey/Sienna before I even knew about the GTP. The letter ended up in my "not obviously junk mail, but definitely not a bill or anything important" pile, and I didn't open it until a couple of weeks ago.
Ultimately it was the product that brought me back -- I just wouldn't feel all that comfortable driving a non-AWD car in the winter slop -- but the GTP sure made it easier. My car's in excellent shape -- runs great, fairly low mileage for the year, and brand-new tires (grr)--but the GTP number was at least $1000 more than any Toyota or Honda dealer was willing to give for it, even those that sold Subies on the used side.
#14 of 16 Re: Excellent incentive [smittynyc]
Dec 04, 2006 (9:18 am)
I may have to shop a similar deal, because now I found out Subaru Bucks are for new purchases only. I wish they took them for CPO models.
#15 of 16 GTP 2008?
Jul 19, 2008 (11:47 pm)
Is the GTP program in effect in 2008..I read it was but you had to ask for it since it's not advertised?
#16 of 16 Re: GTP 2008? [mystro]
Jul 30, 2008 (11:31 am)
I heard it was going to start for the 2009 Forester but when I found out our 2002 Legacy did not qualify (it was 2003 or newer) I didn't follow-up on that.
Call your dealer, they should know.
GTP appraisals are much higher than the usual wholesale offer, so it's worth pursueing.